Russia's Peter the Great's first palace in Petersburg was a mere 710 square feet, smaller than the average one-bedroom apartment in Manhattan.
This lovely seaside town on Penobscot Bay in Maine has both the salty soul of a working waterfront and a nifty hipster vibe.
Melvin Vaniman and his good-luck cat, Trent, aboard the steamship Trent in October 1910. Photo from Library of Congress, George
Dotted with historic buildings and abandoned military structures, Fort Totten Park in Queens has many secrets from the first vehicular tunnel to never-completed batteries.
Calling all cat-lovers and NYC history buffs. "The Cat Men of Gotham", a a new book of short stories about NYC's most famous historical cats releases on May 3rd.
Vanguard Moto Inc. is a premium motorcycle startup located in the Brooklyn Navy Yards. We recently visited them to check out their contemporary bike design.
During the height of its industrial growth, the Brooklyn Navy Yard (The United States Navy Yard) covered over 200 acres and employed 70,000 workers during WWII.
With such a wide array of attractions, Columbus Circle is much more than a channel to ferry cars and the occasional horse-pulled carriage through NYC's gridlock.
Audrey Munson may not sound like a familiar name, but she is present all across NYC as the model for many statues on famous monuments and institutions.
Here are 10 secrets of the West Side Highway, including a look into its contentious predecessor the West Side Elevated Highway.